Seco/Warwick Group announces Sławomir Woźniak as its new President of the Management Board

July 5, 2019

Seco/Warwick Group announces Sławomir Woźniak as its new President of the Management Board

Seco/Warwick Group has appointed Sławomir Woźniak as its new President of the Management Board (Courtesy Seco/Warwick)


Seco/Warwick, Swiebodzin, Poland, has announced the appointment of Sławomir Woźniak, as its new President of the Management Board, chosen unanimously by the Supervisory Board. Woźniak is a graduate of the Institute of Electrical Engineering at the University of Zielona Góra, Poland, and has been connected with the Seco/Warwick Group since starting his career. He is said to have over twenty-five years of experience in observing the organisation’s culture in various parts of the world.

Woźniak began his career at Seco/Warwick as an apprentice electrician. After graduating from the Institute of Electrical Engineering at the University of Zielona Góra, he became a Service Engineer. He became the Deputy Manager of CAB when the product segment was separated, and in 2005, he assumed the role of Head of CAB. Five years later he was made Deputy Managing Director of Seco/Warwick Retech China, and was also appointed Managing Director of Seco/Warwick Allied (India) for a further two years.

From 2014–2016, he took on the role of Managing Director of Seco/Warwick Retech China, during which time the company stabilised its financial position and competitive advantage in that market. From 2016, he held the position of Managing Director of Seco/Warwick Allied (India). By the end of 2016, he had been appointed Managing Director (Asia) and Member of the Management Board at Seco/Warwick S.A., and in 2018 he became Vice President of the Management Board at Seco/Warwick S.A. and Chief Operating Officer of Seco/Warwick Group.

Woźniak stated, “It is a great honour to assume leadership of the company which I have been associated with since the beginning of my professional career. We are facing the extremely important and ambitious task of determining the further directions in which the company should go. Together, we will create a global culture of accountability throughout the entire Seco/Warwick Group’s organisation, and involve all the group companies in the fulfillment of our objectives, which will allow us to increase our economy of scale.”

“I believe that with such a professional international team of specialists, stable foundations, excellent technologies, proven products, and excellent references, it will be possible to create the innovative and reliable solutions that the group is known for, which, in turn, will strengthen our market and financial position,” he added.

“We have entrusted the function of President of the Board not only to a man who has developed the company, but also to a highly experienced manager,” commented Andrzej Zawistowski, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Seco/Warwick Group. “I am convinced that his abilities and amazing competencies will contribute to the further intensive growth of Seco/Warwick.”

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